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					Cottage Health System Dr Alan Moelleken MD Spine Orthopedics Center Santa
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Spinal Cord Development
The spinal cord is made from part of the neural tube during development. As the neural tube begins to develop,
the notochord begins to secrete a factor known as Sonic hedgehog or SHH. As a result, the floor plate then also
begins to secrete SHH, and this will induce the basal plate to develop motor neurons.




Spinal cord seen in a median section of a five week old embryo.




Spinal cord seen in a median section of a 3 month old embryo.


Cottage Health System Dr Alan Moelleken MD Spine Orthopedics Center Santa
Barbara. Doctor Moelleken study expert lawsuit anti-trust witness case law terms

Cottage Hospital 400 West Pueblo Street, Santa Barbara, California 93105

Dr Alan Moelleken MD, Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara, California

Dr Alan Moelleken MD educational medical legal law case terms worldwide for
Planet Generation
Cottage Health System Dr Alan Moelleken MD Spine Orthopedics Center Santa
Barbara. Doctor Moelleken study expert lawsuit anti-trust witness case law terms

Cottage Hospital 400 West Pueblo Street, Santa Barbara, California 93105

Dr Alan Moelleken MD, Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara, California

Dr Alan Moelleken MD educational medical legal law case terms worldwide for
Planet Generation

Meanwhile, the overlying ectoderm secretes bone morphogenetic protein (BMP). This induces the roof plate to
begin to secrete BMP, which will induce the alar plate to develop sensory neurons. The alar plate and the basal
plate are separated by the sulcus limitans.
Additionally, the floor plate also secretes netrins. The netrins act as chemoattractants todecussation of pain and
temperature sensory neurons in the alar plate across the anterior white commissure, where they then ascend
towards the thalamus.


Lastly, it is important to note that the past studies of Viktor Hamburger and Rita Levi-Montalcini in the chick embryo
have been further proven by more recent studies which demonstrated that the elimination of neuronal cells
by programmed cell death (PCD) is necessary for the correct assembly of the nervous system.
Overall, spontaneous embryonic activity has been shown to play a role in neuron and muscle development but is
probably not involved in the initial formation of connections between spinal neurons.



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About Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Surgeon Specializing in Surgeries of the Spine Dr. Moelleken attended SUNY Albany as an undergraduate student. He graduated number one in his class with a Double Honors’ Degree and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as a junior. He subsequently enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia, where he received his medical training and graduated with an M. D. degree in 1983. He then preformed a year of orthopedic surgery research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He was then accepted into a prestigious orthopedic residency program at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). After completion of his residency, he attended New York University (NYU), New York, for special fellowship training in neurosurgery and orthopedic spine surgery. His mentors included some of the most famous neurosurgeons, spine surgeons, and experts in scoliosis. While at NYU, he served as an assistant professor and an attending physician teaching neurosurgery and orthopedic residents at Bellevue Hospital Medical Center in New York and at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center in New York (affiliated with NYU Medical Center). Dr. Moelleken is a member of a variety of academic and scientific organizations, such as the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), the North American Spine Society (NASS), and the American Medical Association (AMA). He has authored numerous scientific publications and presentations. For the past nine years, he has been the chairman of the monthly Tri-County Spine Conference. He maintains his cutting-edge knowledge and expertise as a spine surgeon by regularly attending national and international spine conferences and by constantly familiarizing himself with the latest research in the fields of orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery, especially as it pertains to disorders of the spine.